stackArmor provides Managed DevSecOps services for security focused customers in Healthcare, Education, Non-profit and Public Sector markets. Managed DevSecOps is an integrated service that includes DevSecOps engineers, integrated security technologies and standards-based security and compliance processes.
stackArmor ThreatAlertTM is a security and compliance solution based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and the NIST Special Publication 800-53 that includes:
- Application Security Testing
- Security Operations and Continuous Monitoring
- Hardened Cloud Operations
- Governance, Risk and Compliance
- Incident Response and Remediation
stackArmor ThreatAlertTM allows security and compliance focused organizations in healthcare, education, public sector, non-profits and government agencies ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of sensitive digital assets. The infographic below provides a high-level overview of our Managed DevSecOps solution.
Our solution is deployed “in-boundary” through the stackArmor ThreatAlertTM VPC and delivered as a fully managed service ensuring that all customer data stays within their account. Our service does not require a FedRAMP ATO.
Send us an email at solutions @ stackArmor dot com or contact us to learn more about stackArmor ThreatAlertTM for meeting your cloud operations and security challenges.
Learn more about stackArmor ThreatAlertTM by reading our blog.
Businesses are looking to accelerate the delivery of production quality software with fewer defects, and better security. Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) also known as DevOps is a rapidly maturing practice for reducing the time and effort it takes to test and deploy code into production. The rapid automation of the integration and deployment activities is common especially on cloud-based platforms. Adding security testing into the DevOps pipeline can help address the needs of regulated, compliance and public sector focused organizations. The diagram below demonstrates a Continuous Delivery Pipeline.
The latest proven open source technologies such as Docker, Jenkins, and Vagrant, are used to isolate development dependencies. The Linux Containers inside Docker use Linux. This allows an increased efficiency and faster deployments of the application stack, improving the velocity and delivery time of the continuous delivery process. Technologies such as a Nexus repository manager allow developers save time and provide greater security by installing from a local cache for all their artifacts instead of going out to the central Maven repository. This makes it easier to manage various versions of dependencies, preventing things like version collisions. The diagram below demonstrates the build automation process.
Hardening DevOps and moving to DevSecOps
stackArmor’s DevSecOps engineers have full-stack expertise that includes cloud and infrastructure management in compliance with NIST SP 800-53 requirements. Injecting security and compliance processing as part of the orchestration toolchain is critical to ensure end to end security and efficiency. Technologies such as Chef, Ansible, Puppet, Yasca, SonarQube, and OpenSCAP amongst others when integrated with vulnerability scanners such as Tenable Nessus, HP Fortify and others provide a robust DevSecOps implementation.
Learn more about Secure DevOps and download our white paper from the resources section or read our blog.
Are you interested in a Free consultation with a stackArmor Solutions Architect on how you take advantage of Container, PaaS using CloudFoundry or Serverless achitecture patterns to accelerate your Developer productivity? We can help review your workload requirements, and also assist with DevOps pipeline implementation. Schedule a a free consultation with a stackArmor DevOps Solutions Architect by sending us an email at solutions at stackarmor.com or fill our contact us form .